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Powerman 5000

The Boston-based underground industrial metal band Powerman 5000 earned a popular cult following along the East Coast with the release of their 1995 indie-debut The Blood Splat Rating System, which appeared on Conscience Records. Two years later, the band moved to Dreamworks, where they released a revamped version of their debut as Mega Kung Fu Radio. True Force followed in 1997, and two years later Powerman 5000 returned with Tonight the Stars Revolt. The halted release of a since aborted album entitled Anyone for Doomsday? signaled the departure of longtime bassist Dorian Heartsong and drumm ...read more

The Boston-based underground industrial metal band Powerman 5000 earned a popular cult following along the East Coast with the release of their 1995 indie-debut The Blood Splat Rating System, which appeared on Conscience Records. Two years later, the band moved to Dreamworks, where they released a revamped version of their debut as Mega Kung Fu Radio. True Force followed in 1997, and two years later Powerman 5000 returned with Tonight the Stars Revolt. The halted release of a since aborted album entitled Anyone for Doomsday? signaled the departure of longtime bassist Dorian Heartsong and drummer Alan Pahanish in early November of 2001. A year later, drummer Adrian Ost was added to the group; bassist Siggy Siursen joined 40 auditions later before 2002 came to a close and Powerman 5000 were in full effect. Transform, their fourth album, marked the band's new sound and new lineup when it was released in spring 2003. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « hide

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LPs
Builders of the Future
2014

2.2
34 Votes
Copies, Clones and Replicants
2011

3
17 Votes
Somewhere On The Other Side Of Nowhere
2009

3.3
51 Votes
Destroy What You Enjoy
2006

2.3
67 Votes
Transform
2003

3
85 Votes
Anyone For Doomsday?
2001

3.3
58 Votes
Tonight the Stars Revolt
1999

3.3
205 Votes
Mega!! Kung Fu Radio
1997

3
55 Votes
The Blood Splat Rating System
1995

3.8
20 Votes
EPs
True Force [EP]
1994

3.3
8 Votes
Compilations
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Vol. 1
2004

3
13 Votes

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